Century Services LP v. M/V Mark Hannah et al
ORDER APPOINTING SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIAN. Signed by Judge Glenn T. Suddaby on 7/9/09. (lmw)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
CENTURY SERVICES LP,
Civil Action No. 5:09-CV-772 (GTS/DEP)
M/V MARK HANNAH and BARGE HANNAH 6301, and their boilers, engines, tackle, machinery, equipment, appurtenances,
etc.. in rem. Defendants.
ORDER APPOINTING SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIAN
Upon review of Plaintiff Century Services LP's application for an order appointing National Maritime Services, Inc. as substitute custodian (the "Substitute Custodian") of the defendant vessels and the Declaration of William O'Dell in support thereof (the "O'Dell
Declaration"), and the United States Marshal having no objection thereto, it is hereby:
ORDERED that the Plaintiffs application is granted; and it is further
ORDERED that the U.S. Marshal for this District shall surrender possession and
custody of each of the defendant vessels, their boilers, tackle, machinery, appurtenances, etc.
(collectively, the "Vessels"), to the Substitute Custodian immediately upon the arrest of each
such Vessel by the U.S. Marshal; and it is further
ORDERED that, upon transfer of custody of the Vessels, the Substitute Custodian
shall act as substitute custodian of the Vessels during custodia legis on behalf of the Court, in
place and stead of the U.S. Marshal, until further order of this Court; and it is further
ORDERED that, upon transfer of custody of the Vessels, the U.S. Marshal shall not be liable for any loss of or injury occurring while the vessels are in the custody of the Substitute Custodian; and it is further
ORDERED that the Substitute Custodian shall sign and deliver to the U.S. Marshal a form of receipt certifying the date and time of transfer and acceptance of the Vessels; and it is
ORDERED that the Substitute Custodian, in consideration of the U.S. Marshal's
consent to the substitution of custody, shall indemnify, hold harmless, and release the U.S. Marshal, the United States of America, their agents, servants, employees, and all others for whom they are responsible, from any and all liability and responsibility arising out of the care
and custody of the Vessel, their engines, tackle, appurtenances, furnishings, etc. from the date of the transfer ofpossession of said Vessels, her engines, tackle, appurtenances, furnishings, etc.,
and it is further
ORDERED that the Substitute Custodian shall defend the United States of America, the U.S. Marshal, their agents, servants, employees, and all others for whom they are
responsible, against all claims and actions arising out of said substitute custody and, further, shall
indemnify and hold harmless and be responsible to pay and satisfy all claims and judgments that
might arise out of said substitute custody and shall be responsible and indemnify and hold harmless the United States of America, the U.S. Marshal, their agents, servants, employees, and all others for whom they are responsible, for all attorneys' fees, costs, expenses and
disbursements incurred in defending against such claims or actions arising out of said substitute
custody, and it is further y i
that all U.S. Marshal's costs shall be paid by Plaintiff prior to the
conclusion of this action and closure of this case by the Court; and it is further
ORDERED that, pending further Order of the Court, the Vessels shall be kept at
their current locations, as set forth on Schedule A to this Order; and it is further
ORDERED that, during the period of custodia legis, the Substitute Custodian shall provide for the dockage, security and maintenance of the Vessels, and may procure port risk insurance on the Vessels, on such terms and conditions as it shall deem necessary and
appropriate in the circumstances; and it is further
ORDERED that all fees and charges paid to the U.S. Marshal by the Substitute
Custodian and/or Plaintiff, and all dockage/custodial, watchman, security, maintenance,
insurance, engineering and related charges and fees, and insurance premiums, incurred or paid by
the Substitute Custodian and/or Plaintiff for and on behalf of the Vessels during custodia legis, as more particularly described in the O'Dell Declaration, be and the same are hereby declared an
expense of arrest of the Vessels.
Dated: Syracuse, New York
July ^ 2009
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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